Warf, Barney, and Mort Winsberg. "The Geography of Religious Diversity in the United States."
Professional Geographer 60.3 (2008): 413-424. Academic Search Complete. Web.
"The geography of religion has recently received renewed and growing interest. Whereas older work on this topic confined itself primarily to the level of the empirical ... more recent research has aspired to more sophisticated conceptual heights, stressing the social and political roles and contexts that religion occupies.... In addressing the spatiality of religion, geographers have unearthed the manner in which religious beliefs mold everyday life, uniting individuals within broader communities of faith.... Globally, the rise in religious fundamentalism since the end of the cold war has also gained attention...."